I’ve a MacBook Professional 2018 laptop computer with laborious disk encrypted with FileVault and a restoration key set. It’s an workplace laptop computer and I haven’t got the restoration key (which most likely, the IT Admin has). I’m trying to twin boot Home windows with Bootcamp. Nonetheless, from looking out the web, I discovered that I’ve to decrypt the disk earlier than continuing. So,
- I wish to in a position to partition the disk for putting in Home windows.
- I can decrypt and encrypt the disk once more however, I do not wish to change the outdated restoration key set for the disk.
I do not wish to know the outdated restoration key. I simply need the outdated restoration key to be nonetheless purposeful even after re-encryption. Is it doable?
Or alternatively, can I twin boot Home windows with out decryption? I’ve tried utilizing VirtualBox to run a Home windows VM however, it’s extremely sluggish and the CPU skyrockets to 300% with nothing working. So I suppose that is dominated out. Additionally, I’m working macOS Catalina 10.15.3